“We need a bit of honesty” - that was the message given by many who attended a lively Question Time-style event designed to shed light on the health overhaul for Norfolk and Waveney.
All of the region’s accident and emergency departments have beat the national average in the level of satisfaction from inpatients.
At least 25 new cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) were uncovered in our region last year, according to new statistics from NHS Digital.
The number of nurses coming to work in our region from the European Union has fallen, hospital leaders have said.
Two people have been injured after a road traffic accident on the A47.
He started life as a seemingly healthy baby boy.
A service of thanksgiving will be held at Norwich Cathedral to celebrate the contribution of nurses and healthcare staff.
Novices and experienced runners from Norfolk will be among the thousands of people pounding London’s streets for a variety of charities later this month.
Whether you can use the new pound coin to pay for your car park ticket today in the region will depend on where you decide to leave your vehicle.
Tractors have been a big part of Brian Cottrell’s life man and boy.
A&E patients in the region may be triaged quicker next winter after the government announced a £100m scheme in the Budget.
A couple who suffered devastating injuries in a car crash have told how their lives will never be the same again.
A specialist nursing service is being launched to help patients with epilepsy manage the condition.
A pilot to help patients who have suffered a fall in Norfolk has been launched.
Ambulances answering 999 calls in north Norfolk could take some patients to Cromer Hospital for treatment in future.
Ambulance staff are calling on the public to take steps to reduce the risk of developing a heart attack amid a rise in 999 call-outs for the condition.
The man, aged in his 70s, collapsed in Moor Lane at 6.40am this morning.
It is a frustration all jigsaw enthusiasts know too well.
Matt O’Donoughoe, 25 and 17-year-old workmate Ryan Betts, from Rackheath-based JPB Scaffolding Services, were returning home from a job in Fakenham.
Firefighters battled to free two people after a crash between a truck and a car, which saw a man airlifted to hospital.
The organisation that plans and buys healthcare for more than 170,000 people in north Norfolk and rural Broadland has been judged ‘good’ in a new annual ratings system.
A teenage driver who was rescued from this smashed up vehicle said he feels lucky to be alive and has urged other young motorists to take care on the roads.
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